AFRICAN AMERICAN PRISON RECIDIVISM

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  • February 20, 2017

Individuals who are exposed to a prison environment  are subject to a lifestyle that fundamentally alters their ability to function as a human being, and affects the way that they react on the outside of the walls upon release. However, the conditions of prison do not account for the number of individuals, specifically African Americans, who return […]

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CHALLENGES OF ADR IN JORDAN

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  • February 11, 2017

“The conflict is a human; the nature of conflict and the approaches towards solving conflicts are different from culture to culture” (Irani, 1999). A Jordanian’s likely point of view of accepting to have an issue mediated means he accepts the possibility that he can lose. However, in the U.S, mediation processes likely means that an […]

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BENEFITS AND LIMITATIONS OF RESEARCH

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  • February 11, 2017

The research that was examined throughout this project brought many different aspects into a different light for me as a researcher. While I have been able to examine the different forms of information that have been used throughout the research, it is important to see the benefits and limitations that have emerged from this project. […]

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ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY SAMPLE

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  • February 11, 2017

Roane, K. (2005, April 17). The CSI Effect. Retrieved June 3, 2015, from             http://www.law.yale.edu/documents/pdf/Alumni_Affairs/Stith_Roane_The_CSI_  Effect-_US_News_and_World_Report.pdf This particular news story was one of the first on record that mentioned the “CSI Effect” over a decade ago. This is useful because it tells the reader about the public perception of the effect while it was still conjectured […]

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ARE YOU A CHILD OUT OF WEDLOCK?

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  • February 5, 2017

In the early part of the 20th century up to the 1950s, it was unconscionable to have children out of wedlock. In 1950 this number was first explored through the Census Bureau who found that only five percent of women had children outside of wedlock. As social conventions have evolved and women have become more involved […]

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